Richmond haunted houses are some of the largest and best in the United States and Virginia. Enjoy a great scary night out with your spouse, date, or friends. You will be terrified at these haunted attractions. For the price of a movie ticket, you can be part of the action as you come face to face with terror. Most haunts use animatronics, great props, Hollywood-worthy sets, and actors with makeup beyond belief. You will be frightened. Find all the 2022 haunted houses, haunted trails, haunted corn mazes, haunted hayrides, haunted house near me, and other Halloween fun attractions in the Richmond area.
Ashland Berry Farm Terror on the Farm - Beaverdam, VA
Blood Lake Haunted Trail - Midothian, VA
After being closed Blood Lake Haunted Trail has returned. They feature two haunted trails with Richmond’s most twisted, cruel and unusual haunted scenes. Check web page for details.
Creepy Hollow Scream Park - Glen Allen, VA
Enjoy Richmond’s tradition and Scream Forest and Creepy Hollow Hayride as separate but sister haunt attractions. The theme is based on Doctor Farrington’s experiments and their aftereffects. It’s been running more than 20 years so you know the screams are real. Creepy Hollow runs Friday, Saturday nights in October plus some Sunday and Thursday nights. Check web page for details..
Hanover Vegetable Farm - Ashland, VA
RED VEIN Haunted House is a scary indoor/outdoor haunted attraction. Created by RED VEIN ARMY in 2016 and located at Hanover Vegetable Farm, which is just 10 miles from Short Pump and 20 miles from downtown Richmond. We’ve been featured in RVA Magazine, Richmond Magazine, and Style Weekly. Where Richmond goes for horror! Experience a history long forgotten and recently unearthed in the cornfield surrounding the old witch house. Witness firsthand the ancient evil inhabiting the grounds and savage creatures protecting their coven. RED VEIN Haunted House combines an immersive storyline, realistic sets, and extreme scares. The haunted attraction includes both indoor and outdoor elements
Haunted Nightmares - Winchester, VA
Step inside and experience horror like never before! Haunted Nightmares is an intense attraction that features professional sets with theatrical lighting and special effects. (Our attraction is open during daylight hours on Saturdays and Sundays with a less aggressive show for a younger audience.) We offer moonlit hayrides out to our pumpkin patch each night that the haunt is open, where you are able to pick a small pumpkin to take home with you. Hill High Farm is home to one of the largest corn mazes in the area! If you visit after the sun goes down, be sure to bring a flashlight so you can try to find all of the checkpoints within the maze.
Journey Trails - Providence Forge, VA
Journey Haunted Trails has 3 attractions. A little different than most haunted houses you simply must experience Journey, The Dark Side, and Castle Bloodworth. The fear comes from spiders, snakes, worms, death, and the unknown caused by Satan’s demons. The doors are open from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm.
Scream Forest - Glen Allen, VA
Open Friday and Saturday nights starting in early October plus more October nights closer to Halloween. Haunt features a haunted trail and 2 haunted houses. Tickets are $24. You are dropped off and must find your way back. The creatures of the night are real. Attractions are named Scream Forest, Axl’s Fun House, and Staples Mill. Scream Forest is an intense walking adventure. We take you out to the edge of the woods…leave you…on foot with nothing between you and the creatures of the night…where no one cares if you Scream! Deep within Scream Forest you’ll discover Staple’s Mill, experience first hand the horrors and fear created by the strange experiments within it’s walls. Escape from the forest and you’ll find yourself entering Axl’s Fun House, a swirling maze of clowns, mysterious oddities and nightmares.
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